Read an issue on 8 Sep 1924 in Mitchell, South Dakota and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Mitchell Evening Republican.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 8 Sep 1924 Mitchell Evening Republican in Mitchell, South Dakota. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 8, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
World s Only Corn Palace sept. 22 to 27�?three big shows in one eight pages the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota saturday september 6, 1924. Number 289 Chang tso american dollars go with Dorothy for Stanger is wanted at Montreal now she sold shares in Coop Alliance which was to retail illicit liquor then she disappeared to Pmj mthor1tiks sri pct not Ufi i by t promoter gave the i m the sch easily by aka service Eal Canada sept. r. You were one of the thousands that received a letter from the cooperative Alliance of Montreal. The let ter out Tine d a most alluring p Opo it Lon. For from $20 to $1000 iou would share in the profits of the most romantic business since the Ria is of piracy yet it Ivas to be within the Law. The co operative Alliance was to a snort liquor from Canada. Not to f United states but to the 12 Miles a net. There it was to be sold. The Alliance took no risk. Y our Money would be repaid 200 per cent within a Short Lime William m Cheson and Captain Archer were the organizers of this Legal project according to the perhaps you or some que i stances Are wondering what i opened to the Money invested in this lucrative plan. Dorothy Dixon knows. But it Ian postal inspectors Ante to find her. Mio had big kure for this slip of a maid with big a k and seductive eyes. Was the Wiliam Matheson the Captain Arlt her and figuratively the Captain uni whole Crew which didst even own a ship. Miss Dixon noticed one Kvorning that mail she had expected had not arrived. Into her Ever ready Black rip she threw the funds supposedly tended for the Quot Purchase and As j v a Ming of shipments of Beers j one it and liquor Quot which were to be forwarded in registered Bottoms for. L to Al outside the a territorial was Rev limit a according to the cd ecu literature. Of your Cana Haven to been major issues sidestepped by Lafollette political antagonists put in Hole when senator omits Many questions fooled his opponents league is More committed now to arbitration Concrete program is mapped out for study by Assembly of league of nations manchurian War lord prepares to Battle we Pei fun bit Independent candidate is Eik key to remedy his omissions Irater sip in Type Rater Valliant nto Tau Jurt Monacco Mcewn str a too. By it lib Iipp mow gift in i he Node turned do hereby recept membership is the co operative Alliance and hand vow in it posed herewith the Sam of i Dollar to be used a stated to your letter dated Jane ire 1924 kindly Forward membership card and form receipt to me immediately Modi place Meta Tooch with your Fps met appetite in the us a. % thu is optional place crass to brackets if desired name. _ address Al Piol d sit tuition Are made by registered mail Only and Are forwarded in Cash. Evening Republican Bureau. 301 Albee building. Washington d. A. Sept. 8. By George f. Authier political leaders in Washington have awakened to the fact that senator la Follette in his Independent Campaign for the presidency has suddenly changed the Campaign issues the opposition expected to attack most vigorously. It was the omissions in senator la Follette a speech rather than what he said which attracted attention. Failure to mention government ownership of railroads and the la Follette program to make it possible for Congress to overrule supreme court decisions on the constitutionality of Laws passed by Congress by a two thirds vote were the important omissions which indicate the change in program. Republican leaders especially were there must be Force greek Jurist declares suasion alone would be absolutely powerless Geneva. Sept. 8.�?up a before leaving Geneva for their respective tap ills premiers Macdonald and her riot backed by the delegations of All the other countries put into Concrete form a program which the Assembly of the league of nations will study in an Effort to elaborate a satisfactory system of compulsory arbitration designed to put an end to War. And prepare the Way for a Confer War War lord sends his troops to Battle Gen. We Quot 1 Entrance of Manchu Intel struggle Marks re opening of old Battle scars smarts under defeat Genera Chang tso Lin. War lord and military dictator of Manchuria. Has at la St joined forces in the chinese uprising and has informed the a Hunting largely it a the opportune j was announced there were impressive to attack la Follette that would lax j demonstrations throughout the Audi been Given them by the expected j declaration for government ownership enc on the recommendation of re fore fun counsels at Mukden that he diced armaments and some pact of plans to marshal his forces at Tien guarantees and Mutual assistance j enc. Manchuria. Chang will give which will serve to make compulsory j Battle to general we Pel fun Mili arbitration practicable. I tary Leader of the province of the Heads of All 46 National Dele j Chihli nations present standing solely gave their assent to the Resolution which declared that the object is to strengthen the Solidarity and Security of nations throughout the world by settling by Pacific Means All disputes which May arise Between them. When the unanimity of the vote and now Chang has an excellent Chance to gain revenge for overthrow Shanghai. Tina sept 8.�?- la p. In a up a artillery and Rifle fire growing stronger minute by minute was heard late tonight in the Jess fled District on the Western outskirts of the City. No official indications As to to Ltd source of the firing were available. If eras a Agge Stod that the attack in g Kangsu forces which have been Beld at Wangtu on the Shanghai banking Railroad for nearly a week by the Soldier of la Yung Hsiang might have left the Railroad and sent a Force Down the Waterways from Soochow in Junks and barges. Headquarters of legion to St. Paul for National meet j another suggestion a that the attackers might have turned the flank of the Chekian forces at kiting. And proceeded Down Tim Waterways toward tins City with the idea of starting a direct onslaught against the Kiang an Arsenal at Fungwha. The Headquarters of general la. Of railroads and the supreme court decision policy. Senator la Follette does not propose to make these two questions major issues. Attention was entered also on the 1 failure of senator la Follette to sup i port any of the proposed measures for farm Relief which have Fie in be-1 fore Congress. The Wisconsin senator did not approve the menary Haugen Bill nor the Norris Sinclair Bill the first measure had been thorium. Now that great a main and France and All other states have shown their will to arbitrate All disputes and real work of the Assembly begins for projects of arbitration and Security must be drawn up which will receive the approbation of the great world Powers. Premiers Macdonald and Herriot left Geneva apparently without any agreement on the vital question of How much Mil i nary help great Britain a will Accord France in Case arbitration decisions Dorothy Dixon above was in her office i Ong enough each Day to collect the Money that was Comino in through the mails. An Alliance membership Coupon is seen below. Money Goe with her with her grip in hand and her a Black coat muffling her form. Of by my her step into her sex endive automobile and depart How much Money this Long handed of Dence worker escaped with is known. But it is known that Rufif is upon thousands of letters. Set n americans offering in subscribe to the it v to now it in Pretory although they r the girl in the underworld Ein cities her soft Southern ving the to that clue admit a Good working knowledge ology. Dodge chocks our her Clrcu-1. Quot we have provided that moneys must be forwarded in so Only. By handling matters in Way there is no possibility of or Hank or friends knowing about or arrangement with us. Her ids of names were carefully feted it was Caverly fixes i Fate for Loeb and Leopold Jurist completes decision in murder c Asey to of announced wednesday for ? a it Chicago. Iii., sept. a the Fate of Nathan f. Leopold. Jr., and r in Ila re Loeb. Muons of old Chicago millionaire families who kidnapped and murdered Robert Franks last May 21. Has been sealed. Judge John in loverly has com Peteri the decision he will Render Day after tomorrow As the last act of his connection with the criminal generally hinted that j courts of Cook county. Upon it rests flier Start on final jump of world tour Are not obeyed and the general Opin supported by what has been re i >b-1 j0n in Geneva is that the Fate Ofey Las the old Roosevelt regressive i movement to insure permanent element of the we it was regard a spa it. Depends on the answer to the cd by Republican leaders generally 1 As a Price fixing scheme to which question Quot How i a Folette is opposed he % a id topped a pcs the Norris since air Bill was Spon a sorted by senator Norris of Nebraska. It proposed to put the american gov pm men in business a s a Gigantic i Middle Man. Thereby revolutionizing present Day methods of distribution. La Follette was expected to support the Norris scheme and republicans were planning to array the Small i business men of the country against airmen to land at Mitchell Field it 3 p flight tuesday much Security will great and How Little military Aid will France be contented with Quot. The attitude of the delegates demonstrated clearly that although All countries Are ready to accept obligatory arbitration this form of settlement of conflicts must have As a corollary Security guaranties based on the employment of Force this became evident when m. To a Litus eminent greek International j Jurist delivered an illuminating adj St. Paul Minn. Sept. 8.�?National Headquarters of the american legion was moved temporarily to St. Paul today As final preparations got under Way for the National Encampment of the legion Here next week. Russell g. Creviston. National adjutant. And 30 members of the Headquarters staff opened convention offices in the armory a Short distance from the auditorium where the five Day convention will open monday. John r Quinn National commander. Will arrive thursday with several other National officers completing the Headquarters and executive personnel. Downtown St. Paul rapidly is donning in decorative attire and the local committee in charge declared everything will he in readiness for the convention before the end of the week. Of Mitchell assumes duties As head of District u. S. Bank Mitchell Field. Newyl Ork. Sept. Hie army a round the world filers reached the aviation Field hero at 3 30 p. Rn., today from Boston. The prime of Wales was among i Hose wailing to Greet Hie fliers. Him on this As on the government dress describing just what the league 1 ownership and on the supreme court j covenant stands for he argued that Issue. The history of the arbitration proved indisputably that compulsory arb Talion to succeed must be backed by senator la Follett has blandly sidestepped these issues. In bus opening Campaign speech Over the radio. Of puts the Railroad question to the fore but Cai his own terms. He makes Aion for the Protection of the lives no mention whatever of the supreme land Liberty of its citizens court Issue and puts Forward As his own farm Relief measures a new rate Minneapolis. Sept. 8.�?John r. Mitchell. Appointed sept. I As a chairman of the Board of the Federal Reserve a a Ank of Minneapolis and Federal re sept. 8.�? up a in i is of the Alliance might be 1 whether the youths shall die upon the cd to but the liquor from Boot allows or glow into manhood in the Ger i he called them j a nos late Penitentiary to which reduced prices i counsel pleaded that they be sent for i the. Lure of illicit gains is psycho Ife Eti Iii to no and miss Dixon knew three sheets of ruled Manila Pap or. Containing approximately one s r probably was not a College thousand words is the decision of judge Waverly written yesterday of or he had attended Church under is j corf of a police guard using tin Ordinary Lead Pencil and i i few sheets of paper judge Caverly j wrote out the document which will go Down according to Legal nit As one1 graduate but she gained certificates r f in it knowledge of men Nice a a certificates engraved by the i s Treasury . Of woman released of complicity in round out robbery Bosh air port the army s world from the air port Here today at 12 -02 39 p. Be. Beginning the series of jumps that will Complete at Seattle the circumnavigation of the world by air. Weather condition were Good they expected 0 arrive at Mitchell Field. New York at 3 p. In the Flag plane Chicago with flight commander Lieut. Lew a i h. Smith in the Pilot seat was away. With the new wheeled under Carriage that replaced pontoons Here yesterday the Aind i 1 air and flying making scheme which proposes to Quot let the water out of the Railroad repeal of the Fordney my Cumber Tariff repeal of the Esch Cummins transportation act and revision of the Federal Reserve act. Commenting on the failure to men fliers took off Tion the supreme court Issue. Progressive leaders Here say that the change would require a constitutional amendment and that even of i Follette were elected president Noj change of Thi sort could be Antici a rated for several years. Senator a Follette they Point out Force because human society has j serve agent for tho ninth District As sum his duties today. Or. Mitchll declined to Issue any formal statement other than to say his Hest efforts will be devoted to close cooperation with other executives of the Bank toward perpetuating the efficiency of its operations and its Complete financial service through the Northwest. Never been Able to rely solely on Sua 1 the countries of latin America. Which took a prominent part in the discussion All concurred on the necessity of guarantees As a concomitant of arbitration. The Resolution was adopted after eloquent speeches by the British and French premiers. Living Cost still Paramount Issue la Follette says continued on of Page six customs cordon in Ruhr to com e i of the important decisions of modern 1 Chicago gained 1 criminal jurisprudence. Speed at 12 02 31, 43 seconds jurisprudence. Peru <1 1--------- a to today the rough draft will be turn i vane of the Boston ii commanded de Over to a stenographer sworn to j by Lieut. Wade. The new Orleans secrecy to be typewritten. A took the air at 12 03 43 fir to 111 sept 8.�?louise i a. Formerly of new London us freed of a charge of com j n the <2 000 009 Rondout. 111. Robbery last june by United 1 it Ommul sooner Beitler today. T a held. However in Bonds d 0 As a material witness j it the j Fathia it a i a a a generally fair tonight and tuesday cooler tonight rising Teni of a adore tuesday Iii West portion. North Dakota partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday probably show is in West portion warmer tonight in Treme West portion warmer tuna Jay. South Dakota fair tonight Warui r in West portion tuesday unsettled probably followed by showers in a rest portion warmer. A i xvii temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures a recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a a m. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 76. Minimum 46. At s a. In. Today. 56 Aberdeen Clear do roads Good re Cip Tahon. Trace. Mitchell Clear. 56 roads Good. Huron Clear. 54 roads Good. Sioux Falls Clear 56 roads Good. Pierre Clear 52 roads Good. Watertown Clear 52 roads Good Inkton Clear. 60 roads Good. The annual Corn Palace edition of the Republican in will be published tuesday september 16th. Display advertising copy for this Issue must be in the Republican office not later than 5 p. In. Saturday sept. I 3. Washington. D. C., set. up a Addre Aing a group of labor leaders who assembled Here today to discuss a Vays and Means of cooperating in sup it Ort of the Independent presidential ticket. Senator Robert m. La Follette declared that Quot one of the fundamental issues in this Campaign is the High p to Al of a ltlrtfyrala7 us St of living As it Vyas in 1912 when v Woodrow Wilson clearly defined it in i understand abbe Pari. France. Sept. 8.�?the French i Quot shall the people of american Conand belgian customs cordon along Mynue to be subjected to the control the Eastern Frontier of the occupied r it of the special interests which crack the whip in the corridors of the Capitol. Swaggering in the White House dictate appointments in the Cabinet and control the markets of the country Quot asked or. Lot Follette Quot these Power have been in control otherwise be would not have had a Palmer or a Daugherty in the councils of the 15,000 copies representing 60,000 readers will be mailed or delivered to families living in Mitchell and Trade territory territory in the Ruhr will he abandoned tomorrow in accordance with the terms of the London agreement according to word received by the reparation commission today from the of fire of Owen d. Young agent general and interim for reparation payments. The reports from or. Youngs office continue optimistic Over the Progress being made in putting the Dawes plan into effect belief being expressed that the germans Are earn Estly to Virio to fulfil their engagements. Of biggest and Best state fair opens at Huron today dry agents will mop up St. Paul before vets meet Shanghai. Sept. 8. A 5 p. My Dpi advances on All fronts but particularly West of Tahu Lake and Nea relating in the Litho sector Wert claimed tonight at toe Fungwha head quarters of the Chang troops holding Back the Kangsu Advance on Shanghai. The second army under command of general a Hen Yao san. Has be ii fighting on the West Side of Tasha since yesterday attacking northward from changing. About 15 Miles Soull of the provincial Border. The objective of this attack is the City of Changchow. On the Shanghai banking railway and the grand canal. Capture of that City would permit the Chekian forces to Cut the railway in the rear of the Kangsu forces attacking Shanghai. If this move can be carried out the Chekian generals plan to attack the Kangsu troops simultaneously on two sides on the West from Changchow and on the East from Wangtu a present Point of Battle Contact on the railway. Shanghai. China sept. 8.�? up a armies of general Chang tso Lin War lord of Manchuria were in the Field today sweeping Down from Manchuria towards peking against the forces of general we Pei fun his old military rival to create a new front in China a civil War which has be ii confined to fighting West and Southi of Shanghai Between rival military governors for the Possession of the Gateway City. The latest military gesture in China a internal complications will make the territory Between Mukden Pron it Cipal City of Manchuria and peking in Chihli province an armed campy 1.000 Miles away from tho Shanghai line of warfare. Out of a series of reports received Here today there was an indication that military orders issued from peking showed that activities were undies Way in provinces dividing the separated Fields of Batt a and Beford Many hours the area from Shanghai to peking would be one connected Point of conflict. 750 Milos in length no derisive Battle although the invading armies Etc Chi Sheih Yuan military governor of Kangsu province have been Bat fling for four Days against the defending forces of general in Yung Hsiang military governor of Chekian province for Possession of Shang hah no decisive Battles have beet fought. Belated official permission of the peking government to the invading forces of the Kangsu governor to proceed announced yesterday was said to Hae prompted the move on the part of general Chang tso Lin an ally flu Yung he Iang. A Pei fun commands the military forces of the peking government. The basis of the order against la Yung Hsiang from peking was that he had revolted and rallied around him of flaws a elements of the population and that Chi had stood for the gravest crime which cannot of tolerated under the Laws of the Chine a nation. From South China reports were relived that or. Sun Yat sen was a1 Forest at Jackson. The fire is on j preparing to lend military support to the pitch Stone plateau. Another fire j Bis Friend la Yung Hsiang. In de has burned Over an area of 1.800 i fending Shanghai. Body of drowned Indian lad found Miles Down River Pierre. S. A. Sept. 8.�?th� body of Raymond Morrison younger of the two Indian Brothers who were drowned Here 13 Days ago was recovered from the Missouri River sunday morning. The body was found by two men crossing the River 35 Miles South of the place the boys drowned. The finding of the body ends a persistent search and nightly watch of the River which has been conducted under the direction of c. R. Whitlock superintendent of the Indian school Here. 5,000 acres in Yellowstone Park burned by flames Ogden utah., sept. 8.�?a Forest fire in y allows Tony National Park has burned Over an area of 5,000 acres and still is unchecked according to a Brief report received at Forast Are \ vice Headquarters from a. My j Cain supervisor of the Teton nation Huron. S. A. Sept. 8.�?beyond All doubt. South Dakota a biggest and 1 Best state fair opened this morning a with splendid weather slightly Cool. I never before in the history of the fair has there been such Large displays of Dairy cattle horses Swine poultry land farm machinery while the exhibits in the women a the Public health educational Dairy state game Agri cultural and horticultural buildings Are the most interesting in the his tory of the fair. All previous first Day records were broken by the attendance today fit South Dakota s annual state fair. The attendance this noon was estimated i at 7,500. Which is 500 More than tho attendance two years ago and 2,000 1 More than that of last year. Minneapolis Minn., sept. 8.�?fifty Federal pro Hilton agents coming j from different Points in Minnesota and other Northwest states gathered Here today tor an avowed Quot clean up Quot of bootleggers before the opening of the National american legion convention in St. Paul next week. A. Townsend. Divisional prohibition chief will direct the enforce acres on the Madison River supervisor Mccain reported. Today baseball american league Washington 130 310 ooo�?8 14 0 Philadelphia. Oil of 010�?4 9 i Johnson and Ruel Baumgartner Burns. B. Harris and Perkins ment agents and John Kruse group new York. Too of 020�?2 6 0 enforcement chief will be in charge of the Minnesota agents. Quot every Effort will be made to a clean up the bootleggers within the next or. Townsend said. Quot our men will be on duty Day and night. Hotel proprietors will be advised that they will be held responsible for liquor Law violations in their places Boston. Too too oo�?0 2 i Bush and Hoffman Fullerton Piercy and Heving. St. Louis at Chicago postponed rain. National i Cagne Brooklyn too 120 2 new y Ork Ooi too 0 Vance and de Berry no of Ryan old Fri lit renewed entrant a of the manchurian War lord Chang tso Lin into the Frey against the peking government opens anew a fight for control of the machinery of chinese government which has been in the hands of wig Pei fun and his associates for Man % months. F stung by his Bull Litang defeat tot Fhy hands of we Pei fun about fwd years so when he attempted to Ina Vade Chihli province in which pm a King is Ocate a Chang is known Tiff have been awaiting the present opt port unit to engage his old rival if Battle again. The situation is favor Able to Chang As some of Wuyts cd Man by dispatched to the 6hang� bal Section to Aid the invading fore and railroads and express companies j and Gowdy. Powder. A a this w Ould leave the country will be asked to cooperate in stopping Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Game around peking without it Norm liquor shipments into the twin Cit-1 played As part of doubleheader yes military strength to offer m Mafona i ter Day. Against the troops from Manchuria
Search the Mitchell Evening Republican Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.